Lithium and Oil Still Happy Hunting for Investors

Lithium and Oil Still Happy Hunting for Investors Oh how the world could rumble if this forgotten giant starts to flex its muscles… The mainstream press has you distracted by North Korea, Iran and China. Not me. I’m looking at Japan right now. The central bank there is driving Japanese capital right out on the […]

Read More

The Market Promising to Double Your Money

The Market Promising to Double Your Money Have you been watching gold stocks? Gold priced in Aussie dollars closed at AU$1,763 overnight. Any further rise now and the cash could really start pouring into Aussie gold producers. Nobody is more surprised to be writing about gold positively than me. The post The Market Promising to […]

Read More

Return to the Pentagon

Return to the Pentagon In my 2011 book, Currency Wars, I gave a detailed description of the first-ever financial war game sponsored by the Department of Defense. This financial war game took place in 2009 at the top-secret Applied Physics Laboratory located about 20 miles north of Washington, DC, in the Maryland countryside. The post Return […]

Read More

The Hidden Flaw in the US Shale Boom

The Hidden Flaw in the US Shale Boom opefully you’ve enjoyed your Easter break so far. It’s always good to get a break from everything and refresh your mind and energy. That’s becoming harder if you follow the markets these days. Then again, the world has never stopped turning. The post The Hidden Flaw in […]

Read More

China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar

China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar Things are moving fast in China. The Chinese government is rushing to implement a series of changes to its currency before the coming global monetary reset. This reset has the US dollar firmly in the crosshairs. The post China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar appeared […]

Read More

Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin

Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin Today marks the beginning of the most important week for the ASX this year. Last week we left the market near the […] The post Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin appeared first on Daily Reckoning Australia. See Original Article Gold Is Glittering for Aussie Punters Mr Market got […]

Read More

US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom

US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom We start the week on a bullish note. Apparently US stocks saw a record inflow of US$43 billion last week, according to data cited in the Financial Times. That’s more than the amount that ploughed into the market after the election of Donald Trump. Can the momentum hold? […]

Read More

China’s Coming Meltdown Will Rapidly Spread to Australia

China’s Coming Meltdown Will Rapidly Spread to Australia The coming credit crisis in China is no secret. China has US$1 trillion or more in bad debts waiting to explode. These bad debts permeate the economy. Some are incurred by Chinese provincial authorities trying to get around spending limitations imposed by Beijing. The post China’s Coming […]

Read More

The One Commodity That Could Fire US Stocks

The One Commodity That Could Fire US Stocks Do you remember George W Bush’s presidency? It might be worth reflecting on it for a moment. You may recall that there was a disconnect in how Americans perceived him (at least in the beginning) compared with the rest of the world. Americans saw a gun toting […]

Read More

Why Low Wage Growth Is Here To Stay

Why Low Wage Growth Is Here To Stay Sick of being broke? Not being paid enough? Here’s how you get more money… Just walk into your boss’s office and demand a raise! See, simple. Of course, it’s not. If only it were. Yet that didn’t stop the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) […]

Read More



10000visitoad-20
US
AKIAIXEQBBJWK3SL57VQ